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Hi, I don't seem to find any c# methods for memory mapped file. Does C# have
any? Or it is using different name? Thanks.


Jul 21 '05 #1
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..Net 1.X implements no type for working with Memory Mapped Files.



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Hi, I don't seem to find any c# methods for memory mapped file. Does C#
any? Or it is using different name? Thanks.


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